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. anyone want to bet? >> not if you live in syria, mali, on geary, afghanistan, and other places. he says america will no longer be as involved, but the question is, what will we do? the threats have not disappeared. al qaeda central has been dealt a serious blow. however, they are now active in north africa. the french are in the lead. are we going to help them, how much? >> the french are in the lead in mali. not in nigeria, for example. why? this is a francophone country. they are concerned only about the francophone countries. because of economic interests they have in this francophone countries. i just want to knock down the idea that france is somehow stepping into a vacuum in africa. they are doing no such thing. >> i have never accused the french of altruism. so i can see your point entirely. i do i give a damn why they're there. they are stopping the islamists in mali, and nobody else is. >> the president picks a couple of for prosecutors to be his top regulators. a message for wall street? >> in the early 1990's, she brought down john gotti, and she brought to justice the terror
, i know you're a betting man -- >> jen psaki, pipeline problem here, psaki, she checks all the box. she has a clear command of the issue. two other white guys. >> who's your pick, who's closer in that race? >> i'm going with mcdonaugh. >> if you win on that, we'll have you back on the show, hans nichols playing in the big leagues with us. what a debut, my friend. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >>> after the break, new polling showing chris christie with sky-high approval ratings. somewhere in that data is all you need to know about the current condition of the republican party. we'll discuss grand ole problems next on "now." people really love snapshot from progressive, but don't just listen to me. listen to these happy progressive customers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i was saving big on car insurance. with snapshot, i knew what i could save before i switched to progressive. the better i drive, the more i save. i wish our company had something this cool. you're not filming this, are you? aw! camera shy. snapshot from progressive. test-drive snapshot
with us tonight. >> thanks, ed. good to be with you. >> you bet. this is an emotional, gut-wrenching issue on both sides. people on the other side of the issue, lapierre's crowd think that they're being attacked. did today's hearing move the needle any closer towards meaningful reform do you think? >> yeah, i think it did. i think that first of all, it's hard to overlook representative gifford's remarks to us closing with be bold, be courageous, americans are counting on you. second, there were some concessions from the gun side. one of the experts conceded that these big, huge high capacity ammunition magazines were unusual, were a novelty, which in the language of this issue means that they're not protected by the supreme court's heller decision, which means that we can safely legislate to get rid of them. and that's their own side speaking. and as you point it out, i think this is room to move on the universal background checks. i think that it's very, very hard for the nra to continue to defend the position that people who are on the terrorist watch list should be allowed to buy firear
ending. anyone want to bet? >> not if you live in syria, mali, algeria, afghanistan, and a lot of other places. he said america will no longer be as involved, but the question is what will we do? the threat has not disappeared. al qaeda central has been dealt a serious blow. they are now active in north africa. the french are in the lead. how much will we help them? >> the french are in the lead in mali, not in nigeria. this is a french-speaking country. they are concerned, about francophone countries. it is because of economic interests they have in this francophone countries. the idea that france is stepping into a vacuum, they are not doing that. >> since when is the french all for altruism? i do not give a damn what they are there. they are stopping the rebels in mali and no one else is. >> president obama chooses a former prosecutor >> she brought down john gotti, the head of the gambino crime syndicate and brought to justice the terrorists responsible for bombing the world trade center and embassies in africa. i would say that is a pretty good run. you do not want to mess with mar
rupert murdock is among potential buyers. it's possible it will bet the tribune on movie stations. net flix ceo started out with a bang. compensation package for 2013 will double, hitting $4 million, $2 million salary, $2 million stock options he took a pay cut because of management missteps. irving azoff resigned from the world's biggest concert promoter selling 1.7 million shares of live nation stock recently. and saying oversatisfying the merger looks for returning to the entrepreneurial world. says lawyers try to shut me up, now. shares of apple gaining 4.4%. stocks third biggest jump. shares of apple gained 31%, but closing today, stocks well off it's 52 week high of $705 a shairks turning broader market, stocks closing higher for the day. your bloomberg silicon valley index higher as well. speaking of apple, 13-year-old gregory hoffman got a great christmas present. an iphone but with a catch. the blogger told gregory he had to agree to a 13-point contract to keep the device. points include keep your manners, use your manners on the phone, never ignore a call from mom or dad. mom
is to negotiate with them. so he has to stand very, very firm on that. >> i'm betting that he is going to stay tough on the debt ceiling. and i'm also betting, i may be the only one. i think they're going to pull more revenue out in the next congress through tax reform elements on deductions and exemptions, we'll see what happens on that. ezra klein and jared bernstein, thank you. >>> and coming up, republican governor chris christie versus boehner, and university john king, versus john boehner. and more on hillary clinton's condition and the republicans who lied about that. >>> and in the rewrite tonight, the secret governing, totally secret governing that took place in the united states senate today even though it was on c-span, it was completely a secret. i know you have been told the senate is closed after the fiscal cliff vote. but that is not true. the truth is that the senate works better than you think. and it did that today. that is coming up. my name is marjorie reyes, and i'm a chief warrant officer. i love the fact that quicken loans provides va loans. quicken loans understood the
the speakership do you believe. >> reporter: yes, the going bet is that he retains the speaker shift. it could get diceee. there are reportedly some 25 members who have reservations about speaker boehner, only 17 of them would be needed to vote against him to make it to a second ballot, which hasn't happened in decades, and that could cause real problems. but the going bet is that he will have the votes when all comes around at about 1:00, and we should know that he's retained the speakership at about 1:45 this afternoon. bill: let's go on that assumption and address the report that came out today. you know, john boehner has tried to strike this relationship with president obama for years now, in fits and starts, it comes and it goes. but now this report that he says he's done going one-on-one with the president. what are you hearing about this? what do you make a of it? >> reporter: i think it's a signal to his casin saudi to sacaucus that this was a one-time deal. after all the healthcare become and forth and the uproar, you'll remember nancy pelosi saying, you know, we'll see what is in the bil
." live on your radio and current tv. >> bill: you bet it is. 33 minutes after the hour now. here we go on a beautiful thursday morning. january 3rd. happy new year, everybody. the "full court press" coming to you live from our nation's capital. brought to you today by the national education association. the good men and women of the nea under president dennis van roekel creating great public schools across this country for every student in america. you bet for more information look at their web site at nea.org. today, the day that the new congress will be sworn in. it is a day of festivity here in washington, d.c. not only the new members of the senate and the house but even the returning members, the veterans who have been here, sworn in again and then they all invite their friends and neighbors and supporters for receptions and dinners and cocktail parties and there will be nothing but parties all day today. i've been invited to several. i'm going actually this afternoon, invited to attend the swearing in recepti
-spangled banner. he said it was the bet i had ever heard it performed. i said that she proved that you can sing the star-spangled banner after all. maybe i have been wrong to say nobody could sing it and that she, you know, gave it new life and new meaning and then i hear the news she was faking it. a spokesperson for the marine band admitted they got word at the last minute they had it pre prerecorded and they got word at the last minute that she was going to use the prerecorded version, not the real version. i have to say, here is what it sounded like. it sounds pretty good. ♪ 0, say, can you see by the dawn's early light, what so proudly we hail did he twilight's last gleaming. >> now do i feel like a total schmuck? like a total idiot? i feel like actually i have been betrayed. i don't know about you. 866-65 press. this is a big deal for me. the problem is never as good as you think they are. as they seem. look at david individualder or others, you know. things are never what really they appear to be. i don't know. i believe and peter and i were up so
: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the hot tub. juan? hey, bolling. just what reese up, dude? >> eric: i love new year's eve. it's my second favorite holiday. fourth of july is my favorite, midto feel summer. new year's eve is second. happy time of the jeer. >> andrea: i don't have any fun hot tub stories. >> kimberly: that you went to share. >> andrea: i actually like it. i used to not like it. inused to think it was totally overrated. i still kind of do, but i don't know. the last couple of new year's have been fun. i'm in to it. tonight will be a good night. >> greg: you remind me
, you can bet the issue will be revisited in 2014 when every house republican holding a storm-damaged district will be attacked for the delay. and the northeast will again be the first place the democrats will look to in their efforts to find vulnerable gop targets. susan, do you think that that's true, that a road map is being provided now to the democratic party for what's to come in the midterm? >> absolutely. when the republicans had a majority in the senate and how they built their majority in the house, it was through the northeast and they lost two seats in new hampshire in this last election. they lost a senate seat in massachusetts, lost a senate seat in maine, and they can't keep majorities or build a majority in the senate unless they open up a little bit more. look, the democrats did this out west. they ran pro-gun democrats out best because they knew that was the only way they could get seats out there. you can't be that doctrinaire and get and keep your seats. >>> on the day the children went back to sandy hook, the newspaper that published the names and addresse
that ships have been leaving from libya, and that they may have weapons. >> ah, i bet you can figure out where those news reports came from. fox news and other conservative outlets are pushing a conspiracy theory about gun running from libya to turkey in order to arm the rebels in syria. it's pretty crazy stuff, but it doesn't stop there. >> at any time did you see the initial attack on a monitor? or the president? >> congressman, there was no monitor, there was no realtime. he got the surveillance videos some weeks later. that was the first time we saw any video of the attack. >> take a guess where this crackpot theory came from. >> oh, and did i mention the state department was watching this unfold in realtime. >> really? hannity's got intel there was a direct line of video feed of the attack. places like breitbart.com also pushed the video conspiracy. this was not a useful hearing at all. no new useful information was obtained today. this was political hackery at its worst, or should i say at its best for the republicans. republicans used this hearing for everything except getting to
," the president nominating a republican to be the secretary of defense. i bet, if this were bush and you had chuck hagel, who held the same views when bush was in the white house, if he had nominated him for secretary of defense, if he'd have the same opposition. i doubt it seriously. it's because this president is nominating him. listen, i think hagel will be asked serious questions, and he should answer those questions, and the senate should vote him up or down. >> ip chip, you're the republican strategist here. why would republicans oppose his nomination? there are reports as many as three republican senators will oppose him. >> now, i know one for sure will be deb fisher, the newly elected senator from nebraska, because chuck hagel endorsed her opponent. that would definitely probably be one. >> bob kerrey, right. >> i think the past few years, chuck hagel has been moving away from the republican party. what lindsey graham was talking about, his views on israel and that sort of thing, these interviews will be tough and challenging. we'll see what happens. >> jimmy, why not nominate a democrat
"the war room." >> always a pleasure. >> jennifer: you bet. he has become the ultimate political fixer. got a problem? don't worry. just let joe biden go in there and straighten some people out. plus it wasn't be the 112th congress if they weren't messing something up. boehner's boyed failed to act on the bill to help very, very excited about that and very proud of that. >>beltway politics from inside the loop. >>we tackle the big issues here in our nation's capital, around the country and around the globe. >>dc columnist and four time emmy winner bill press opens current's morning news block. >>we'll do our best to carry the flag from 6 to 9 every morning. >>liberal and proud of it. we have a big big hour and the iq will go way up. (vo) current tv gets the converstion started weekdays at 9am eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. (vo) tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. >> you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. just be grateful current tv does not come in smellivision. the sweatshi
." >> thanks. >> jennifer: you bet. and up next new state legislatures mean a wave of new state laws some are good and some are bad. we'll talk about that whwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwh >> i think it's brilliant. (vo) first, news and analysis with a washington perspective from an emmy winning insider. >> i know this stuff, and i love it. (vo) followed by humor and politics with a west coast edge. bill press and stephanie miller. >> what a way to start the day. [ ryon ] eating shrimp at red lobster is a fantastic experience. 30 shrimp for $11.99. i can't imagine anything better. you're getting a ton of shrimp and it tastes really good! [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's 30 shrimp for just $11.99! choose any two of five savory shrimp selections like mango jalapeÑo shrimp and parmesan crunch shrimp. two delicious shrimp selections on one plate! all with salad and unlimited cheddar bay biscuits. 30 shrimp, just $11.99 for a limited time. wow, that's a lot of shrimp. i'm ryon stewart i'm the ultimate shrimp lover, and
. >> caller: it was hilarious. my best friend said i'll bet their back stage going that must be dana from maryland. she's a tea bagger. that's it. >> hal: thank you so much, dana. >> caller: wait, wait, one more thing though. my topic i wanted to talk about was abortion. >> oh! >> caller: rachel, i didn't know the small little legislative laws like the woman has to listen to the tape of the heart beat. >> oh, yeah. >> caller: tape her reaction, her physical reaction. and i wanted to ask you hal smalltown kid, how do you deal with that? >> hal: you know, before roe v. wade and before it was a protected right in this country a lot of women handled this quite frankly like patrick swayze's dance partner in dirty dancing. through a shady doctor or no doctor at all. >> caller: but they did it on the kitchen table. >> hal: exactly. or well people who could pretend they didn't have to do these kind of things would send their daughter to visit a cousin and she would come back without the child anymore. >> caller: there's one clinic in each of these four states and some women have to drive five hou
williams. thank you, james dale. >> thank you. >> you bet. >>> when we return, let me finish with the most powerful republican in the u.s. senate who could be taken down by his own party. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. [ female announcer ] going to sleep may be easy, but when you wake up in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime. take it in bed only when you need it and have at least four hours left for sleep. do not take intermezzo if you have had an allergic reaction to drugs containing zolpidem, such as ambien. allergic reactions such as shortness of breath or swelling of your tongue or throat may occur and may be fatal. intermezzo should not be taken if you have taken another sleep medicine at bedtime or in the middle of the night or drank alcohol that day. do not drive or operate machinery until at least 4 hou
. metaphorically we go off the cliff. does not mean we get the negative impact but until it is passed, all bets are off. we're here for you at the fox business network, and we will be with you until midnight. i look up to a lot of the older heads, you know, the innovators, the heads of the art movements of the past. they kept it really edgy, and, like, a lot of the latin american muralists and the latin american artists, their styles are very unique and new to their time, you know, somewhat controversial, but that's who i look up to mainly. personally, i'm very excited about going to college. it's something new, and it's something different than what i'm used to. i'm definitely going to be a little out of my element, but that's what makes it so exciting is that, you know, it's something fresh. well, there's so many opportunities that i think i could miss out on if i didn't go, you know. getting into college takes planning and vision. you know, it's just like when i take a brick wall and turn it into a canvas for my art. painting's helped me realize i've got what it takes. neil: the economy is s
boehner is doing with this proposal on pay, overwhelmingly i bet the american people support the notion. they can't get paid if they don't do their job. will harry reid and mitch mcconnell, will they actually feel either based on the efforts of the house or what the president does, will they feel like hey, we need to listen to what the country wants. there's still populism out there particularly with the economy bad and feeling washington needs to get its act together. >> joe? >> yeah. >> that asks -- that leads me to ask, you know, the group, what happens if within the white house, off of what mark just said, because this will be increasingly popular if the republicans continue to do things like this, what happens if the white house decides to try and pick off specific members of the republican membership in the house and perhaps some republicans in the senate and basically say people like you more now if you come and try and meet us halfway. what happens to this whole ball game if that occurs? >> i actually think the ball game is changing. the front of "the washington post" says that
, america always rises to the occasion. america prevails, and america prosperous. [applause] those who bet against this country have inevitably been on the wrong side of history. so it is a good moment to pull the statue of freedom at the top of the capitol dome. it is a good moment to gain strength and courage and humility from those who are determined to complete the half finished dome. it is a good moment to rejoice today at this 57th presidential inaugural ceremony, and it is the perfect moment to renew our collective faith in the future of america. [applause] [cheers] thank you, and god bless the united states. [applause] [cheers] in that spirit of faith, i would like to now introduce myrlie evers-williams who has committed her life to expand the principles of this country to all americans. mrs. myrlie evers-williams will lead us. [applause] >> america, we are here. our nations capital. on this day, january 21, 2013, the inoculation of our 46th resident, barack obama. we, at this time to ask blessings upon our leaders. the president, vice president, members of congress, all elected an
a safe bet. you know the public spending is not resolved yet. the debt ceiling has still to be tackled. in the euro area, i can't believe appreciate politicians are going to keep quiet through 2013. i guess the key thing is, what do you do for those setbacks? for us, we would look to trade those setbacks positively. so we're looking for an opportunity to move into equities in particular, not netsly to restreet for them. okay. so are you suggesting -- i mean, the number of people are saying, look, the next month or so, we get a green light and we're going into earnings season. we get a green light for equities. and companies are going to be fundamentally supported. so they're going to -- particularly in spain, use their cash to keep buying back stocks. >> i think they will. i think they'll buy back their stocks, they'll pay bigger dif dens. as confidence comes back, they'll buy each other. so the takeover story will gather momentum. they may even start investing in more fixed assets and generally, you know, expanding their businesses. i think all those things will happen. don't get me w
a broken wing. please. hah hah! ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ >> suckers! >> stephanie: i bet he did say that. he just signed it in hawaii by auto pen. and then he wrote suckers. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: susie in florida, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi susie. >> caller: hi. i want to talk about the nra's plan to arm schools. i think they should higher veterans. >> someone suggested the national guard -- >> stephanie: you know, i have to say. i do have a little bit of concern with the amount of posttraumatic stress syndrome that we have with the vets that have served. believe me, i understand, because i'm not a parent that you want to do immediately what is going to protect your kid. so i don't want to say that should be off the table but i don't want to introduce more guns and more people with mental problems. >> caller: between that and training teachers to use weapons. come on. the whole thing is asinining. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: i don't understand the philosophy behind it. but i think there's a lot of out of work military people that could use so
if the united states of america is in fact a safe bet. markets could go haywire, interest rates would spike for anyone who borrows money. any homeowner with their mortgage, any student with a college loan, any business owner. it would be a self-inflicted wound on the economy. it would slow down our growth. ironically, we would probably increase our deficit. to even entertain the idea of this happening, united states of america not paying its bills is he responsible. we have to pay our bills. they can act irresponsibility and for america through another economic crisis. they will not collect a ransom in exchange for not collecting the american economy. the financial well-being is not leverage to be used. they better choose quickly because time is running short. the last time congress even flirted with this idea our credit was downgraded for the first time in history. ironically, it added to the deficit. it should not be surprising given all this talk that the american people think washington is hurting rather than helping the country at the moment. they overwhelmingly want us to create more
three times. i can bet you today, ali, republicans have kicking themselves for not taking the deal that was on the table a year and a half ago where the president offered $3 in spending cuts for of dollar of revenue. they're not in the position for republicans to being demanding that now. democrats will make the tough decisions. president obama have said that. they understand that spending cuts do need to happen and reducing the debt and deficit is absolutely a priority for them as well as for their voters, but i think they're in a very strong position going into that to do it in a way that is fair, balanced, and in a way where the most vulnerable americans will be the ones that will be hurt the most. >> for those of you who just joined us, the house has passed the bill, the final tally is 257 in favor, 167 against. markets around the world are reacting to this. the major markets that are open are australia and south korea. australia is up about 1.9%. south korea about 1.4%. that might be a harbinger about what they're going to see. they're tallying up and doing procedural stuff. w
examined in the fist place and i bet it was discovered incidentally. >> secretary of state clinton discovered a blood clot in her leg which she said it was the most serious health risk she experienced in her life. is she more suscept nibl the future? >> definitely. people who have had blood clots in the leg or brain have a higher susceptibility. may be factors in the blood that prevent adequate clotting or predispose people to clots and those have to be checked into. deficiencies and certain factors in the blood. the other thing with secretary clinton, she travels a lot. a very hectic life-style, spends a lot of times on airplanes. >> got to moe around on the planes for sure. >> you have to. every hour. >> this was caught not by accident but maybe by coincidence. what would have happened if this most recent clot gone untreated. >> it could have caused swelling of brain. the place where it's sitting in the transverse sigh husband us in, if left untreated, fluid would have backed up in the brain, resulting in swelling and that can become potentially dangerous. >> but they did treat i
as i could possibly be. if i had money, i would bet a big sum of money he's buried over here. >> how about that? jimmy hoffa last seen in 1975 when he was 62 years old. >>> her battle with a rare blood disorder has played out on morning television. but today, "good morning america" host robin roberts appeared on air with some great news. >> the last bone marrow test showed no abnormalities. majority of the marrow is my sister's and it is healthy. praise god. and what all this means, my doctors are waiting for this information to be able to tell me that i can begin the process of returning to the anchor chair. i'm coming home. >> thank goodness for her. we, of course, wish her well. the 52-year-old told her fellow hosts she'll be doing what she called a dry run behind the scenes next week. she doesn't plan to return until next month. >>> the wait for justin timberlake fans is over. he released a new single earlier today. take a listen. ♪ and as long as i got my suit and tie ♪ ♪ i'll show you a few things noelt. >> some dancing in in the studio. digging it. called "suit and tie."
: thank you. >> you bet. >> bret: some things if everyone that is not a good thing. topic is new regulation. shannon bream on the regulatory agenda and the wide reach. >> by law, they are required to release accounting of the proposed federal regulation each april and october. but that didn't happen last year. the obama administration released the 2012 regulatory agenda on the friday afternoon before christmas. >> the fact that this snuck in after the election in the holiday season when people were otherwise occupied with the families not surprising. >> the current line-up of proposes steps of thousands of pages. >> this is all of the federal agencies, many of whom have thousands of the regulations. in small type. it goes on and on and on. there is no way any human being could sit down to read this thing from front to back. if they could, they would get a metal. >> the american action forum says many lack the relevant fiscal. implementation could cost $123 billion. take 13 million man hours. the regulators draft the rules without the congressional involvement to give them power t
done three times. i can bet you today, ali, republicans have kicking themselves for not taking the deal that was on the table a year and a half ago where the president offered $3 in spending cuts for of dollar of revenue. they're not in the position for republicans to being demanding that now. democrats will make the tough decisions. president obama have said that. they understand that spending cuts do need to happen and reducing the debt and deficit is absolutely a priority for them as well as for their voters, but i think they're in a very strong position going into that to do it in a way that is fair, balanced, and in a way where the most vulnerable americans will be the ones that will be hurt the most. >> for those of you who just joined us, the house has passed the bill, the final tally is 257 in favor, 167 against. markets around the world are reacting to this. the major markets that are open are australia and south korea. australia is up about 1.9%. south korea about 1.4%. that might be a harbinger about what they're going to see. they're tallying up and doing procedural stuff. w
. >> right, and so chris christie, you would have to bet on, out of all the potential field we know about right now is the guy who is more likely to come out with that punch, that swing, in a debate that really does excite an audience. >> and i've always said that is the key to chris christie in the off-the-cuff, he is better than reading from text. i never thought with the republican base that he has a problem with immigration. because if it comes up in a debate, if he is running for national office and it comes up, he has a way of reframing it and resetting it. people say i like him, i want to be with him, he has given me something to work with. now i will rationalize why it works, he has that personality that makes a lot of republicans want to be with him and rationalize back wards to get with him. into his camp. that is a skill that i don't see any other national republican right now -- >> most importantly, there is a candidate that most republicans can back. krystal ball, and steve kornacki, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >>> and coming up. start thinking about what you will
in the blanks? >> this issue is very close to the president's heart. so my bet and my money would be on a bold proposal of the white house. of course, there are negotiations and that's part of the process, and if you peel off what matt was saying and if one of the more interesting statistics was the fact that 65% of people who were polled in this election felt that undocumented workers should have a path to citizenship. so this is an issue where the will of the american people will be behind a reform package and in the president's heart he would like to do something big. >> you will see the president out there pushing this thing using those campaign-style events that he's become such a fan of. let's move to gun control now. i want to continue to talk about this because one of the things that continues to happen is something tragic happens and after a month or two we all move on to something else, now in regard to this, in the wake of the tragic shootings in newtown, we've seen republican lawmakers saying they're willing to re-evaluate the nation's gun laws and they include marco rubio, chuck g
on the front page of his blog or website there. you can bet there will be a number of other conservatives saying that the president is trying to big foot congress and make a move that he has wanted in taking away guns. >> it's hard to know what the vice president was referring to. i doubt however that he was talking about some unilateral action on the part of the white house relative to assault weapons or magazine capacity. i think they have a very difficult time in changing the preaccepts of the second amendment without the participation of congress. it's more of an access question focused on the mental health component. >> let me play chris christie. he made the rounds and is on the cover of "time" magazine with the word boss and a lot of glory given to him and how he handled sandy and stood up to his party and chose not to vote on the package. here's his reaction to the conversation on gun control and legislation. let me play it. >> if we don't deal with the substance abuse and mental illness issues, we are short changing this. >> if they deal with those issues, would you support a fed
senator just agreed to do this lickety-split, that is a huge stretch. at that point, all bets are off. mitch mcconnell has got to get on the same page as john boehner on the house 06 representatives. mcconnell is not going to walk the political bank. so a lot of variables here. the plan, all along, was for the senate to pass this thing and therefore, sort of box in the house. john boehner could present it to his gop conference, his conservatives and say, look, this is the only deal we can get. however, as you report it, it's quite clear now that technically, at least, we're going to be going over that cliff. the house, while they say they could call themselves back into session at any moment for all intense and purposes, they're gone until noon tomorrow. house leaders, their aides say tomorrow is a holiday and no one is going to feel an impact of this until later on in the week. but this is a dangerous game not only they're playing with the american economy and taxpayers, but a dangerous political game, as well. what do you know about the possibility that we could see the vice preside
to that? is it off the table? >> of course it's not off the table. what mcconnell is betting on is that americans are going to forget all of those cuts in spending the last time we did this and thought oh, okay, the republicans are give on taxes this time. you've got to have all of these things on the table if they have any hope. everything will have to be on the table. it is interesting. they seem to have a problem with that mat mat kal issue all of the time. >>> nia and michelle, thank you both for your time tonight. >>> still ahead, paul ryan votes to let sandy victims suffer without relief money. but he wasn't always so cold. we have a hi pock ra si alert coming. plus, secretary of state hillary clinton back to work together but we're still walting for the apology e polg at the claims he'll question or he'll miss,even for them, ilgts's really lame. you're watching "politics nation" right here on msnbc. ♪ [ male announcer ] shift the balance of power decisively in your favor. the exclusive 8-speed transmission and rotary shifter in the 2013 ram 1500. engineered to move h
on everyone, they would have gotten the blame. from his perspective, that was a bad political bet. so they're now focused on the big fights coming, the debt crisis, the continuing resolution. the problem with that is they think they have leverage and i'm not sure they do because, again, the consequences of making that again such a political battle -- >> jim, talk to that. why do you guys have leverage? a lot of republicans on capitol hill say, look, we should too much blood on this tax fight but we are more than happy to bring the president to his knees over these budget wars in the next 60 to 90 days. explain why you guys have such good leverage. >> i think the leverage is pretty simple. we've given the president his tax increases on the rich. the rich people are saying more or however the president wants to say it. so that part is off the table. now we get to concentrate on the spending. this president has run trillion dollar deficits every single year and he's had no interest in trying to slow those down. i think over the next 60 days for republicans to win this battle, they're going to
to hold the line from $250,000 to $400,000. that was something you wouldn't bet on necessarily, but they did. >> the republicans, and to michael's point, the republicans have to start saying, okay, yes, the debt is a terrible problem long term, and indeed it is, and everybody can agree on that, but you have to start putting some specifics on the table. >> something besides just more tax cuts. >> thank you very much. we're going to have to make that the last point and thank norm ornstein for being with us and wish you a happy new year. >> thank you, same to you, joy. >>> now for a bit of good news. while this congress was one of the most partisan and least productive in history, there are signs of progress on the way. we'll explain why there's hope for the 113th after the break. >>> so we're 40 minutes into the show and so far we've been pretty down on the 112th congress, but there is some hope on the horizon. tomorrow, the 113th congress is sworn in, and they already have something that's set them apart from the outgoing class, diversity. the new congress is set to be the most
. who doesn't? elizabeth warren said this on the issue. aig's reckless bets nearly crashed our entire economy. taxpayers across this country saved aig from ruin. and it would be outrageous for this company to turn around and sue the federal government because they think the deal wasn't generous enough. steve. >> so i agree with elizabeth warren who's completely right. >> that's all i need to hear. you just made my morning. >> january 9th of the new session. >> check right there. >> it's amazing what a victory does. >> come on. >> something about 1,000 fathers and orphans. >> something like that. something like that. so i'm curious, mika. i'm reading "the new york times," as i do every morning. >> oh, yes. >> and i'm hurt. i am hurt because you always told me, and this is why, of course, i was hopeful even though mitt romney lost, that the next four years would be better because you said barack obama cares about women so much. >> yeah. >> and i thought he did. but obama's remade inner circle has an all-male look so far. you look at -- you look at barack obama's inner circle, and you lo
." >> thanks for having me governor. >> jennifer: you bet. so how significant it is that governors are speaking up? >> it's quite significant these governors are speaking up. states are the laboratory of democracy, and what they can be doing in their states can be models for the rest of the country, and maybe models for congress, if congress chooses to listen. >> jennifer: chris christie said he thinks republican governors are shaping the ayen da more than the flps congress. do you think that's true? maybe on guns and other things too? >> it could very well be true on guns, but of course that's a mixed bag. you can have governors out west or in the south that would put police and armed guards at every school, and governors on the east who would go more like the rest of the country. and what we can see there is really what each state sees it's a as. but connecticut doesn't put armed guards in every school but colorado choices to do so we could see which works. >> jennifer: there is an argument for every bit of policy regardless of what the facts are. i think you'
in the senate been betting against it. democrats may not be able to lose that much to get it passed. i have spoke to some that are looking for a reason not to vote for this. we cannot set the stage for further destabilization hostage- taking from ours in the form of another debt ceiling crisis. but he was doing that ahead of last night's vote. this was another thing he was going to do. he didn't win it. you have done the revenue and change the estate tax. that is done. you are going into the negotiations without many avenues. there will not negotiate on the debt ceiling. sherrod brown said they were going with it. whitehouse said the same thing earlier. obama said they want an end to the high jinks. host: what is your take on president obama's role in negotiating so far? guest: i think he has a strong impulse to reach a deal. his priorities to reaching a deal is surpassing his desire to stand up for progressive principles. to protect parts of the government from harmful cuts that would hurt a lot of regular americans. host: republicans saw his news conference as unusual. john mccain said he
out on this a lot of people will respond to it. thank you very much. >> you bet, ed. >>> a lot more coming up in the next half hour of the ed show. >> did you feel bad about it? >> no. even scarier. >> coming up, dr. jeff gardere on lance armstrong's strange apology. and the psychology of a liar. >>> donald trump tries to return fire in his twitter fight with dead spin and hilarity ensues. mplth and it's do or die time for the filibuster reform in the senate and harry reid and the democrats, i think, are dropping the ball. >> as women learn less than men for the same jobs, time in the senate ticks by. >> larry cohen and the workers of america joins me for the discussion. >>> we are back. when the senate convenes on january 22nd, senate majority leader harry reid has the opportunity to change the rules and fix the senate and end all these filibusters. according to politico, harry reid doesn't plan on advancing the talking filibuster requirement found in the proposal put forth by senators jeff murkley, tom harkin. reid is considering more modest reforms, changes that would force senat
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mcgwire. i think it's the bbwaa with the 569 ballots. i think we fail. i bet half those guys have not seen a guy in 25 years and this idea that you're in able to vote forever. there were deserving players tim raines, alan trammell. it seems like the votes are getting stupider and stupider. this is apart from steroids, which is a very complicated issue. >> john: what do you think, is there a chance we'll see their names on the ballot next year and their punishment is that they're not eligible the first year. >> people like barry bonds sammy sosa, roger clemens they'll be on the ballot next year but the storyline will be tom glavin, maddox. they will be clean players where we'll celebrate maximum god glavin, maddox and frank thomas. and i don't see how you have a hall of fame that is supposed to be a museum, mind you that doesn't have these players. it's like a museum as written by joseph stalin, they didn't exist, therefore it didn't happen. the 90s just didn't happen. well guess what, a lot of writers who are doing this voting and handing in blank ballots, they cheered on the 1990
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